Shocker Internet Drive In Week 4 - Night of the Living Dead Double Feature
Another week and we say "Welcome back to 'Shocker Internet Drive In'". Once again we invite you relive the great old days of warm summer nights (or cool fall evenings), stale popcorn, dry hamburgers, bad movies, fun cartoons and,everyone's favorite drive in activity, backseat love.
Run time 205 minutes 31 secondsAudio/Visual sound, color
Tonight we present are presenting a black & white double feature in "Deadland". After an early Porky Pig cartoon, we proudly present the George A. Romero classic "Night of the LIving Dead", sourced from a nice print by the way (parental discreation is advised). And if that wasn't enough, we close out our show with another "dead" cult classic - "Carnival of Souls"!
(FYI - per request!)
Of course, as always, our feature includes the usual movie previews, drive-in advertisements and fun. So sit back, put your speaker in the car window and enjoy.
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March 20, 2012
This is one of the most clever things I have come across not only on the Archives but also on the internet. A mix of cartoons, trailers, concession stand advertisements, and cult movies! I love it, a reminder of younger years, when movies weren't high budget cgi, but low budget ingenuity.
September 24, 2010
This is pretty cool
This as well as the other three that are here so far, neat stuff. But I have a request I'd like to make to the uploader. I would like you to post a move request in the Feature Films forum to have your material moved THERE. This stuff you're putting up is just too cool to allow it to get lost in the vast ocean that is community video. We already got the other three moved there, and I'll see about getting this one moved there too, but after that I'd like to see you take the initiative. Again, great stuff! Keep 'em coming!
September 22, 2010
The movies are already on the archive.
The cartoons are already on the archive.
The trailers are already on the archive.
The advertisments are already on the archive.
The creativity to put them all together in a package like this is much rarer than the items themselves. Well done!